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  • From Up Above

    Many thanks to our long term partners from Nanjing International School for bringing some incredible tools to help document our adventures together! The drone video footage really lets you appreciate the Wall’s twists and turns …

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  • Fall Recap

    Fall Programs Recap “I’ll never forget that night. I was thirteen years old. The wheels of the mini-bus came to a grinding halt. “Kernan, King, and Elliott… you three get out here”, barked our teacher. We slowly stepped out into the damp darkness, cold rain stinging our faces, the squelch of West Wales under our boots. Armed with a torch

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  • Discovering Dalian

    Discovering Dalian Having lived in China for nearly 10 years, I kept hearing about this vibrant seaside town in south Liaoning Province, Dalian, that my friends kept saying “you absolutely MUST visit!”. The parks, the green hills, the beautiful coastline, the grand Russian and Japanese architecture, the past colonial history and the contemporary development away from heavy industry, the fact

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  • Staff Spotlight: Simon Ashmore

    Staff Spotlight: Simon Ashmore Hutonger Simon Ashmore is one of the new additions to the team in Beijing this year. He’s bringing his experience in outdoor pursuits to our ever-expanding offering of adventure-based outdoor programing. When he’s not in the mountains, you’ll usually be able to find him in one of the many craft beer pubs in the city. He’s

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  • The Tea Horse Caravan Trail

    The Tea Horse Caravan Trail In the fall of 2016, the intrepid souls of The Hutong, along with a group of young upstarts decided the time was ripe for conquering the fertile lands of Northern Yunnan. It was a bold move as no one had dared take an army so young and green, into the badlands of the Tea Horse

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